Shatner8 wrote:Manning is the front-runner right now. But the race is so close that one bad game may cost him the award. Im surprised no one is talking about Trent Green for this award. He has quietly put up nice #'s this year and is a big part of the Chiefs success this year. Now he may not be MVP material this year but he should at least be mentioned in the discussion for MVP.
Yeah, he has put up nice #'s, but with Priest on the team, he won't get much consideration. Besides, Manning and McNair have put up better #'s than Green, and are probably the only two QB's that deserve consideration this year. However, Green should be considered right up there with Kitna as the QB that's performed best this year despite their somewhat mediocre expectations. Green had the better offense to deal with, and Kitna had the better recievers. Overall, I'd rate the AFC QB's this year:
Manning (simply put, #'s)
McNair (most efficient QB)
Kitna (Guy's been awsome, when no one expected it)
Green (Solid #'s without any great wideouts, but it helps to be up by two TD's by half)
As far as NFC QB's... I guess Favre, Hasselbeck are the class of the group, but neither beat the top 4 in the AFC.